Police say 16-year-old sexually assaulted by man sitting beside herPolice are looking for a man after a teenage girl was assaulted on a bus just after it left Eglinton West subway station. A 16-year-old girl was seated on a bus as it travelled west from Eglinton West on June 2 at 3:43 p.m. when a man took a seat beside her. Police say the man, while seated beside the girl, assaulted her. Police have released images of a man on the bus.
A man is facing six charges in relation to two sexual assault investigations in the Ledbury Park area. Police say they responded to a call for indecent exposure near Avenue Road and Haddington Avenue May 15 at 1 pm., where a 35-year-old woman had been sitting at a restaurant patio with a friend. Police allege a man stared at them intently, and the woman became uncomfortable and decided to leave. As she left, the man showed her graphic sexual images, and then followed her to another business.
Police say man refused to let teenager out of his carPolice have arrested and charged an Uber driver with kidnapping and forcible confinement near Yonge and Eglinton. Police say they were called to Eglinton Avenue East and Dunfield Avenue on May 21 at 4:02 p.m., after an 18-year-old woman order an Uber ride. She was picked up by a male driver, who engaged her in inappropriate conversation.
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Selecting a term
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